iSeries system commands

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Is there a command available that will show me my current total CPU of memory on an iSeries model 520? Thanks

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I usually use the HMC.
Go to server management, double click on the partition you want to interrogate.
Choose the Hardware tab and within here the Processors and Memory Tab.

Shows you Min, Max and Current

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  • TomLiotta
    Current total "CPU of memory"? Typo? CPU or memory? WRKSHRPOOL will show total memory. It's not clear what total CPU means. How much CPU time your job has used? How much of the capacity of the CPU is being used? By your job or by the system as a whole? Perhaps DSPSYSSTS is what you're looking for. It also shows how pools of memory are currently allocated. Tom
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